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Jesse A. Millard


Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Jesse:

GoDaddy pledges compensation parity during White House Demo Day

In the past year, GoDaddy has doubled the number of female hires as well as women interns within the company. → Read More

Seed Spot wins $50,000 SBA grant

Seed Spot was one of the 80 winners of the U.S. Small Business Administration's second annual Growth Accelerator Fund Competition. → Read More

Entrepreneur: Paper Clouds brings children's art to life for nonprofits

Robert Thornton, founder of Paper Clouds Apparel, brings children's art to life. → Read More

Here are the ACA's Spring 2015 Arizona Innovation Challenge Winners

Six early-stage companies from across the Valley took home grants worth up to $250,000 → Read More

Cox to double 'Ultimate Package' Internet speeds

The recent uptick in Internet speed is part of the trend that has seen Cox Communications update its speeds twice over the past year. → Read More

Report: Arizona produces most software developers (but lacking jobs for them)

Arizona has a surplus of software engineers and developers compared to the rest of the country, but the state lacks jobs for the new grads, according to a new study. → Read More

Police investigating body found near Phoenix-Tempe border

PHOENIX -- Phoenix police were investigating a suspicious death Friday after a welfare check led to the discovery of a body near the Phoenix-Tempe border. → Read More

Driver on life support after wreck at 35th Ave and Greenway

PHOENIX -- A 35-year-old driver is on life support after a tuck ran a red light at 35th Avenue and Greenway Road. Police believe impairment was a factor. → Read More

Phoenix mother gets 3 years in death of 2-year-old son

Wendy Rogel-Pagasa pleaded guilty in November to negligent homicide and child abuse in the February 2012 death of her son, Ivan Zamora-Rogel. → Read More

Phoenix watchdog expected to survive shotgun blast

A guard dog in-training was in high spirits Wednesday afternoon after being struck with buckshot from a shotgun the previous evening in a south → Read More

Acting Phoenix police chief holds first meeting with the public

Acting Phoenix Police Chief Joe Yahner said in his first public meeting that he wants officers to work more closely with the community to reduce crime. → Read More

Vandals desecrate Phoenix church with 'fascist symbols'

PHOENIX -- Members of a north Phoenix Serbian parish coming in for Orthodox Christmas services Wednesday morning were horrified to see their church had been vandalized. → Read More

Glendale police looking for shooter who killed woman, 34

Detectives were searching for a shooter who killed a 34-year-old woman near 51st and Glendale Avenues Monday night. → Read More

Motorcycle crash closes 56th St. near Bell in Phoenix

PHOENIX -- A serious collision closed 56th Street between Bell Road and Paradise Lane Tuesday morning, according to Phoenix police. → Read More

Dog-eat-dog competition in Tempe this weekend

TEMPE -- Dogs brought their people from around the country to take part in a Tempe competition to determine a K9 agility champ. → Read More

Tempe police: 2 robbers killed man, stole marijuana

TEMPE -- Two people forced entry into a Tempe home Tuesday night and killed a father before fleeing with an unknown quantity of marijuana, according to police. → Read More

Mental-health exam for Phoenix mom accused of stabbing kids

PHOENIX -- The woman accused of stabbing two children in a Phoenix home in December was ordered to undergo a mental-health examination. → Read More

1 dead, 2 injured in wreck near Mesa

MESA -- Police say a fatality occurred at Longmore and McKellips roads after a vehicle failed to stop at a stop sign. → Read More

Fire at CJS Film Studios in Avondale

The CJS Film Studios where many commercials and movies have been filmed at over the years was on fire early Tuesday morning. → Read More

Police: Memorial for fallen Glendale officer vandalized

The memorial to a slain Glendale police officer was saved from a blaze by a visiting family after they witnessed arsonists setting the wooden base on → Read More